- June 17, 2019
- CONFERENCES, Events
- Alliander, anthropology, applied anthropology, Atrij ZRC SAZU, Comtrade, design, emerging technologies, energy transition, Erasmus+, future mobility, future technologies, industry, IRI UL, Knowledge Alliances, Marko Javornik, Monash University, PEOPLE, PEOPLE project symposium, people-centred approaches, Peter Pos, Sarah Pink, social sciences, Voyego, ZRC SAZU
PEOPLE project symposium Forget about users – start thinking about people! Social sciences, humanities and industry co-creating technologies and services for the future Thursday, 4 July 2019, 12:30 pm – 4 pm Atrij ZRC SAZU, Novi trg 2, 1000 Ljubljana Human-centred design, people-centred development, UX, AI and ethics, autonomous vehicle...
Are we aware of different contributions that social sciences in general and ethnography in particular can bring towards product and service development? What are the experiences of doctors, mechanical engineers, lawyers, architects, consultants and other professionals when it comes to working with anthropologists? Does current higher education syst...
- February 12, 2019
- Alliander, anthropologists, energy, energy transition, Erasmus+, industry, Netherlands, PEOPLE project, training, value of social sciences, VU Amsterdam
Maud van Merrienboer, Junior Lecturer & Researcher, Faculty of Social Sciences, VU Amsterdam On 31 January, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam offered a workshop to a group of professionals working for Alliander, the largest energy grid company in the Netherlands. In one afternoon, the industry professionals were offered a glimpse of what anthropolo...
- August 20, 2018
- CASE-STUDIES, NEWSLETTERS
- buildings, Charles University, Czech PEOPLE case study, energy, Erasmus+, industry, interventions, Knoweldge Alliances, PEOPLE project, people-centred approaches, social sciences, sociology, VUPS
In the Czech PEOPLE case study, researchers at Charles University in Prague and their industry partner VÚPS carried out a study on the efficiency of conservation interventions in administrative buildings. Theirs was one of the four PEOPLE case studies, conducted within the PEOPLE project’s 1st Learning Cycle. In our PEOPLE Learning Cycles we ...